10 Misconceptions Your Boss Has About app engine vs compute engine
The two main areas that I’m focusing on in this article are the differences between the two most popular web platforms for building websites, Google App Engine and Microsoft’s Compute Engine.
There are some very clear differences between the two, but I’ll go over them in detail later in this article so I can highlight the key points.
App Engine and Compute Engine are both built on top of the same open source codebase, and both platforms host many of the same open source software libraries. Compute Engine has a very similar graphical user interface to App Engine, and Compute Engine is more scalable, easier to use, and free. It also supports more powerful hardware, but the performance is still very close. And there are some differences in the tools that are used to build sites on Compute Engine.
App Engine is more for the cloud-computing (I guess?) crowd, and Compute Engine is more for the on-premise developer. The difference in ease of use and the performance is only at the start, and is probably not as important in real world scenarios. The main difference between the two platforms is that App Engine is open source, and Compute Engine is proprietary. They have some big differences in functionality, but not in ease of use.
I like what I read on the App Engine site, which is more or less like the Compute Engine site, but with much more data and a lot more information. They also have an impressive community, which is one of the main reasons I am using Compute Engine.
While app engine has a lot of really useful tools, I have found them to be a bit more difficult to use than Compute Engine. The more advanced options are a bit difficult to use at times, and I’ve found that I prefer to work in a smaller environment. Even so, I still use both for different reasons.
I use both for different reasons. Using app engine for its large database of data lets me build my own projects and then host them on that database. Being able to work from a smaller environment makes it easier to build simple apps.
The main reasons I use app engine are for the massive amount of data it stores, and the speed of its development. I’ve been building apps using app engine for years. Using app engine lets me build apps with the ease of a small website, where I can easily add a new feature to my “app” and send it to an admin to see if it works out of the box.
To really understand app engine, I think its most important characteristic is that it’s not a full stack website. The entire framework is used to build the app, so you can use it to build any website. That makes it a great choice for simple applications, or for those that want to use the framework to build complex apps with a lot of code and features.
I hear what you are saying about a ‘full stack’ website. I’ve been on the other side of that. I worked in a company where the entire website was built and maintained with a single developer. It was a pretty standard design. The developers where there to write the code and make sure it worked well, and if there was an issue, a programmer would fix it. The only thing that really stood out to me was the developer was the only one who could write to the database.